Thermal paste on laptop CPU/GPUs (avoiding pumpouts)

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  1. senso

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    Either your heatsink is bent, or its not making proper contact..
    Kryonaut lasts 1 year in my laptops and here everyone says that it lasts 2 days..
     
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    Is there any software that will show me a graph of my cpu temp over time, min and max is no good to me as i want to see the temp my cpu drops to when the fan kicks in.

    Thanks.

    edit: I downloaded the 30 day trial of ArgusMonitor and works great.
     
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    Grizzly dropped the notice "halts the drying out process at temperatures of up to 80° Celsius" for the new paste. They probably found out that such statements won't boost the sales:D

    The new paste is most likely thicker and mixed up for extreme LN2 cooling. In same way as Kingpin KPx. Fancy colors sell.

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    Either that or Thermal Grizzly improved their Kryonaut paste using a new formula, and it no longer suffers from thermal degradation issues.

    This new Kryonaut Extreme paste looks very similar to Thermalright TFX specwise. Visually, it kinda looks like the glue inside pink elmer's glue sticks.
     
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    I will get to them eventually... Basically the current idea is to try different ones as one paste fails and I am going for what's most easily available locally first which happens to be cryonaut.

    Besides, it takes at least a month to make a fair judgement of each paste.
     
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    I'm curious what you mean by you checked with "some laser tools and microscopes" and didn't find any bends? If your paste is pumping out your heatsink is either not level or does not have enough pressure (most likely a combination of both). What does your paste look like if you do a test mount?
     
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